Texas is full of thrill seekers. If you’re looking for Texas thrill-seeker attractions, then look no further. We’ve got a list for you.

People are always looking for fun things for the young ones to do, whether it is summer vacation, a winter break, or a weekend adventure. The following list of Texas thrill-seeker attractions will entertain those little ones for quite some time, and it just might get you excited too.


Texas Thrill Seekers Attractions

You don’t have to leave the state of Texas to find attractions thrill seekers will love. This list of great thrills will keep you in Texas and keep you happy.

SeaWorld & Aquatica in San Antonio

You’ll find thrilling water rides like the Texas Splashdown, Texas’ longest and tallest flume ride, and the challenge of the Rio Loco, where six-person rafts ride an 1800-foot-long crazy river complete with rapids and waterfall. White knuckles can be seen on the Steel Eel, Rio Loco, Journey To Atlantis, and The Great White.

Read about our fun day at SeaWorld and imagine yourself enjoying this fantastic park.

Great White
Rio Loco
The Steel EEl

Six Flags Fiesta Texas or White Water Bay

Six Flags Fiesta Texas at White Water Bay is known for its water thrills as well as attractions like Whirlpool. The centrifugal force of this ride will keep you and a friend in a two-person tube flat against the outside wall of a bowl with a 40-foot diameter. It will spin you so fast before dropping you 50 feet to splash into the channel below. Sounds like fun, doesn’t it?

Alternatively, you can test your nerve on the Big Bender, another unique tube slide with tunnels and twists through the daylight and darkness.

This is the ultimate Texas thrill-seeker attraction.

The Whirlpool


Schlitterbahn has two locations: Galveston and New Braunfels.

This is an underwater, helmet-diving experience that allows visitors to view the native sea life of the Gulf of Mexico.

We had a fun time at Schlitterbahn. Locate it on the map.

Sea Trek Underwater Adventure

Texas Has the Best Thrill Seeker Attractions

You don’t have to go far into Texas to find thrill seeker attractions. They’re all over this great state, but the ones identified above are our favorites.

Mike Sharp
Author: Mike Sharp

I have a passion for travel and outdoor activities, and now I'm enjoying retired life. I will continue my traveling, golfing, boating, and enjoying life all across the great state of Texas.

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